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  • Re: Technical Sound Guide for Beogram 4000c is now online...

    Hi Jan, Thanks for the editorial advice! I'll fold most of these corrections into the next version of the TGS. I'll send you a message about some details shortly. Cheers -geoff
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Geoff Martin on Tue, Dec 15 2020
  • Re: Technical Sound Guide for Beogram 4000c is now online...

    Hi Olivier, Just doin' my job.. but: thanks!. :-) Working on this project, I realised that I didn't really know very much about vinyl - not really . As I've told many people lately, I'm old enough that many of my textbooks had chapters on phonographs in them - but young enough that we didn't cover those chapters, since it was a dying format (I was in one of the first tonmeister classes at McGill that used digital tape recorders and editors. This also meant that I was in one of
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Geoff Martin on Mon, Dec 7 2020
  • Re: Technical Sound Guide for Beogram 4000c is now online...

    Hi Matador43, I'm curious - how did you re-arrange the page order to make the printing to A3 format happy? When I'm bookbinding, I normally do this manually - but if you have an automatic way to do it, I'd like to try it out. Cheers -geoff
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Geoff Martin on Mon, Dec 7 2020
  • Re: Technical Sound Guide for Beogram 4000c is now online...

    Thanks Matador43, That's very clear. But it means that I'll keep doing it manually.... The reason is that I'm typically binding books with multiple signatures - and I like keeping track of how many sheets are in each so that I don't have one weird little one at the end. Cheers -geoff
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Geoff Martin on Mon, Dec 7 2020
  • Re: Technical Sound Guide for Beogram 4000c is now online...

    [quote user="AdamS"] Whilst I understand the confusion over calling a re-manufactured 4002 a '4000'... [/quote] The nomenclature issue is an interesting one that results in discussions that are fun to watch from the other side of the cafeteria. I occasionally see people at the lunch table waving their hands, drawing rectangles and triangles in the air when explaining which Beosound 1 they use at home. There's not much confusion over which Beosound 2 you mean - since no one thinks
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Geoff Martin on Mon, Dec 7 2020
  • Technical Sound Guide for Beogram 4000c is now online...

    ... in case it's of interest. Go to https://www.bang-olufsen.com/en/speakers/beogram-4000c?variant=beogram-4000c-champagne-light%20oak and scroll down to the bottom for the link. Cheers -geoff
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Geoff Martin on Sun, Dec 6 2020
  • Re: Beolab 50 installation manual?

    Hi, > I am very curious about DPL and the future of this in B&O Sorry, but I can't make any public statements about anything that is not in the current portfolio of products. Also, please note that all other questions that do not apply to acoustics (e.g. timeout on lights) are outside my purview, so I can't address them. > I also wonder if it is OK to use a ethernet cable to the "regular" network that is not shielded. As I already said above in this thread, B&O recommends
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Geoff Martin on Sat, Sep 26 2020
  • Re: Can the BeoLab 90 accept 192/24 via S/PDIF?

    I actually wonder if it's a bug... They say in their manual: SPDIF digital output The SPDIF output on an RCA connector (C) carries SPDIF data for output rates at 44.1, 48, 88.2, 96, 176.4 or 192kS/s or DSD/64 in DoP format, even if Dual AES mode is On. The maximum output rate is set by the Mosaic Control’s SETTINGS > DEVICE > SPDIF Downsampling section. Here's my guess - but it's only a guess! dCS invented the method of sending sampling rates higher than 192 called "Dual
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Geoff Martin on Mon, Sep 14 2020
  • Re: Can the BeoLab 90 accept 192/24 via S/PDIF?

    [quote user="politician"] Thanks for the detailed response, Geoff. I don't have a Device C I can include in the test, but since the Lab 90s can accept 192/24 via the Auralic and since I've tried the dCS with two different coax cables I'm presuming the fault isn't with the Lab 90s or the cable. It's either some quirk of the dCS (which seems quite a fussy piece of kit altogether – there's a long list of things it won't or can't do) or simply that it doesn't
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Geoff Martin on Mon, Sep 14 2020
  • Re: Can the BeoLab 90 accept 192/24 via S/PDIF?

    Hi, I finally had time and access to devices to test this. Firstly, the "up to" and "up to and including" are simply errors on my part... (no conspiracy theories, please...) The Coaxial S/PDIF input can play LPCM at all standard sampling rates up to AND INCLUDING 192 / 24. I know this because, as I type this, I'm listening to high resolution pink noise at 192 kHz / 24 bit sent to the Beolab 90's on S/PDIF from an RME UFX+ sound card. 192 kHz pink noise is the pinkest of
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Geoff Martin on Mon, Sep 14 2020
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